My craptacular public school only offers 6 APs, and if I take AP Bio senior year, I will have taken them all. But I'd sort of like to take physics, too (there is only one physics class, no Honors or AP). I can only get one into my schedule no matter what. I hear that some colleges like to see chem, bio, and physics, and I will have regular bio, honors chem, and AP chem in the bag after junior year. Unfortunately, most top students deem the physics class as worthless (you don't learn much at all), and there is only one teacher (who I dislike) teaching the class. On the other hand, AP Bio will be hard, and I don't like Bio as much as physics. I'm looking at admissions to top 10 and top 25 colleges, and I think taking every AP may be important given the subpar academics and lack of any reputation at my school. I will probably major in Economics and/or Political Science, so maybe having all three sciences isn't as important. Thanks for any help!